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Smiling - The Meters - Cabbage Alley (CD, Album)

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  1. Cabbage Alley. The Meters May 11, Smiling: $ 8 Look-Ka Py Py is the second studio album by the American funk group The Meters. The instrumental album was ranked number on the Rolling Stone list of Greatest Albums of All Time in , and in a revised list/5(2).
  2. The Meters are an American funk band formed in by Zigaboo Modeliste (drums), George Porter Jr. (bass), Leo Nocentelli (guitar), and Art Neville (keyboards) in New Orleans. The band performed and recorded their own music from the late s until and played an influential role as backing musicians for other artists, including Lee.
  3. Cabbage Alley was the band's first album with Reprise Records after leaving Josie Records which went bankrupt in The album's title track "Cabbage Alley" was inspired in part by Professor Longhair 's "Hey Now Baby". According to Lionel Batiste Sr., drummer of Treme Brass Band: "Cabbage Alley was around Perdido oransilkasurcoahiplicawafalnews.coinfo: Funk.
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  5. The Meters album in a EU CD pressing w/OBI strip. Disc has a few light scuffs that do not affect play. Booklet has light indentations from plastic tabs - Seller Rating: % positive.
  6. Cabbage Alley, an Album by The Meters. Released in May on Reprise (catalog no. MS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Orleans R&B, Funk, Deep Funk. Featured peformers: Allen Toussaint (producer), Marshall E. Sehorn (producer), George Porter, Jr. (bass), Zigaboo Modeliste (drums, cowbell, aka_text woodblock role_id aka_text), Leo Nocentelli .
  7. Listen free to The Meters – Cabbage Alley (You've Got to Change (You've Got to Reform), Stay Away and more). 10 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at oransilkasurcoahiplicawafalnews.coinfo
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  9. So, even if this is just the Meters’ fourth album, Cabbage Alley does mark a sea-change in their outlook, bringing them fully into the ’70s and finding them sacrificing feel for texture, even if that’s a very subtle transition.

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